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Aycr's Cherry Pectoral is not
i simple cough syrup. It Is a
strong medicine, a doctor's
medicine. It cures hard cases,
severe and desperate cases,
chronic qases of asthma, pleu
risy, bronchitis, consumption.
Ask your doctor about this.
-1IIIUH g ! I ' I
You will hasten rocovnry by tak
ing ono of Ayor'a (Mile at bedtime.
Til Mil.n I.ImII4,
"Where ire nil lh honeymoon par
tleT" exclaimed the rrKrtr he
hurried lulo the alallou. "Ar I lie
"Yes," laughed the station master as
a pointed la the lurltx duves lu Hi
waiting room, "far gone."
Only One "BROMO QUININt."
TfclllI,AXATIVK RIIOMO UUIKIMK. lwiW
L, lh. .lnUIri. W. IIROVK. Vied a
Wrl4aif ivOuraaCoMluOa Par, SH.
attlniiti Leok bre, lr, didn't 70a
warrant lb hers you told rot 7etr
47 to be without fault!
David llarow Ts. Ain't h
Ctttlnian No, air, b la not. It la
tartar. David llarun Waal, 1 don't
Mt aa 70U bar aa reason fur com
Italnloi' about tbat. II don't later
far with anybody but biuitelf, doel
fct ra m Bod Mi. Wtaala' nolhli
trrplkbtimxlr l u l Uialr ahlWisj
mlaf IB t4lMuj patlwl.
l'll'l M. 'Km.
Bald Bh--Tou iaa em to be fond
atf bugging dlusloua.
laid Ha Wall, w art eat to bla).
Xou wottta an eueh daluitv eraa
tar. re a. Vrtf aa J1 lrr DImm
flw .rMMiif rrd lr In. Kit' Ur.-
ImilH, lw. H.M.KIU.UU Ml naaut "
Ttitre l a prevailing opinion tbal
aacer la alway painful from tb ba
Innlnc, wbra It la really palnleea la
tb majority of cases. It la deslrsott
to ascertain bow far tbt public ought
to be I Bit rod d In tb early lgua of
cancer, with a view to tba adoption si
arller dUgnoal and coDawjuently ar
kr aparallon, tendon Koipltat.
We offer One Han1itrolIrt He-aid for en?
e al Clnb IBM tiaBot U tut-4 If HM'a
Calarih Cur. . ...,,. , . -
W. lb aadaralia!. hT known t. 1.
Ch.nar lor lb UM ., Ulltt Mm
Ittlwilr honorable la all buUaett transactions
o4 nn.nfl.ll bl 10 earrr out an obllga
oq mad. bjarm. K A MAU
Yhol.U Uruftlil., Tnllo.O
Hall' C.l.ii.h Cur ! n lni.rn.llr, t-
1ngdtlrtlruntb Wool an'l murou iut
n ol lh rlm. , TMlimonlali ; nl lr.
rlf T rnia tr lil... Knl J t.7 all llniMlala.
Tai Hall' r.mllr N1U lor ton.llllou.
LIT anil l,l M.
"Do 70U preach wllhout notea," qu
rlttTa meinbtr of th cliurch commit
tr ttint wa 4klni a paator to Oil a
"Wrll,M rtjolnrd the rxxt man with
marry twinkle In hla eye, "I ooius
tlma liar occa.lon to uan bank noti."
tt tho Well-Informod of tho World lis
alwaya beon for a almplo, pluaaant
and oinclcnt liquid laintlro reined of
known valuo; a laxatlvo which pliyal
clana could lanctlon for family uso
bocMUUo ita component parti are
known to them to bo wholonomo and
truly beneficial la effect, acceptable
to the nyitom ami iwntlo, yot prompt,
In aupplylnK that demand with Ita
excellent combination of Ryrup of
rig and ICIIxIr of Henna, tho Call
fornla FIr Syrup Co. procood nloni:
ethical linen and radon 011 tho inoriU
of tho laxaUve for Its remarkable
That la ono of many reasons why
Syrup of I'Iku and ICIIxIr of 801111a la
Blvon tho preference by tho Well
informed. To get Its benoflclal offeots
alwaya buy the uenulno manufao
turad by tho California Fig Byrup Co.,
only, and for ! by all loading
dniBf lata. Price fifty conta per bottlo.
r. n. u,
I XRTHXM wrllUa to adrarltaef plaaa
naatlaa hU papr.
I htt m4 a tMt m at liti'i CUrrr
I-mUmI (f h.l SalSt mi tit
IbMl ll ) !! n IIHl rwl, II
li iullf a mxl lilil iimmi.
fj4-M(CMl. riTKilltlP, hHll.fi,
UNITED STATES NOW
Trtmury Pljurea, Show that th
Per Capita la In Uxceaa
7ABT GROWTH OP FINANCEa
Money In Circulation on Jnn. Op
taat Waa Nearly 83,000,-
Major Al fnil It. Qiialffe, vault clerk
nf tho I'nltoil Ktatea troANiiry, wlw hm
tbarite of t'nele Hiun'a money, called
my attention (lie other day to tho al
moat Incmllhbi Krowth of the bualni-ei
of the Tniiaury Depnrlment allien lit
rnme Into ilm ai'rrhv, forty-two yean
n(o, atxl lin furnlehed inn with aomr
vi ry IntereatliiK nml rather etartllni
rvrnpArlMin, write William I. Curt la,
the Wnahlneton correpoiwlint. For
example, the wenlth of tlm country,
which, of eourac, ha kept pti wltb
the tmiumctloiia of the treaaury, It
three ami one.half tlmee-grenter to-dny
than It wa In 1870. The total then
wa f.tO,XVUllH,0X). The eetlmated total
to-duy, Nanl uiKin the renini reportil
a lid Infonnatlon received by the Axrl 1
ciillurnl Diimrtiiimit, the Keeretary of
the Trenatiry and the Comptroller of
the Currency, la 1107.101,711,017.
The wealth per capita of cltltena ofi
the L'nlteil Rtate, baaeil upon atmllar
etlmate, haa Incroaaed from IT70.S3I
In 1870 to 1110.11 In iWt, whtcb1
timkea the I'nlted Ktatr, with Ita enor
tnon pojiulatlon, th rtcheat country In
Tlie money In circulation ha I nave a
ed four-fold alncv Major Qualffe camt
Into the treamiry. Thu total In 1!70
wa f07.VI2.7tM, while on Jan. 30,
100T, It waa r-'.OM.rH'A'JM. Tho clrvu
totlon per capita haa aluioat doubled,
notwltlmtandlnc tlie prenont morvy
famliMy-and haa lncreaael from I17.M
to tM during the laat forty-two
When Major Qualffe came Into the 1
eaah room we had only li000,000 In
pildt today we have 7M,0a)0 to
Cold coin In tlie treaaury alone, aot
eon 11 tint that lu circulation and board-.
Uncle Ham' working capital on Dec.
14. 11)07, amounted to S,7(U!,D 1,401.31
all of which la hard caah. Of thli
amount ll.703,S'Mt. In coin I held
on depoalt to avoir the payment of
f7&0,003il9 cll certltlcatea, $471,.ViV
W allver certinoiti and Wia.nno
treaaury notea outataiidlng. Tlie trxMA-'
tiry reaerve. which In kept by law,'
nmounta to IW),00O.0O0. l"he caah baJ
apiv available to pay the current ei
eiia- of the (overument on Dec. 14
I'ncle Kam dom not keep all of hU
money In Waahlngton, although thr
I a Rood deal of It hern. Tho remin
der la acattiTed among the different
mibtrcaaurlc. mlnta and national bank
tlcpoaltorle a fotlowa;
Tieaaury, Waahlngton ...II 7.1,07 l.M.1.70
HuMrraiury, New York.. a70,OU.T.ti:i7,K7
Kiiblrraaury, llaltlmore .. in,0'.,7,(U.'l.41
Hnbtrea.ury, l'hlladelphla. 18.IHW,8a).00
Hiibtreaaury. Hoiton 10.1CS.U7 IJK)
Hubtreur7, Cincinnati.. 13.417SM0
Siibtreaaiiry, Chicago rAOCI,fJ.W
Hiibtreaaury, fit. !oula... lH,tKXSW.40
Hubtreaaiiry, New Orlcan ,.M,03,WJfl)
Hubtrraiiry, Bn Frnnclaco n3,4.10,a7U
Mint. I'lilladelphla 3.M, 178,(11 1.7J
Mint, Denver 370,007 10
Mint, New Orlran M,3l)'.,,S71t
Mint. Kan Francis K,-tH3,TU 10
Am7 olllce, New York . , . 70.8.VH,3'.n 27
National bank 2t(l,UHI,IM.C0
Trea.ury I'hlllpplne laltnda 3,7l5K).W)
In tranalt between ottlcea. 410,78143
III addition o the working balance
ami tlw rewrvc, tliero U n total of
1811,730,123 I" t10"'1 lu the vaulta at
Waahlngton, of which 1033.033.070 I to
eecure clrnilatlon of uatlonnl banka ami
$178,200,1118 tj aecuro depoalta In na
tlanal Iwiiika, An additional aum of
$103,731, two I depoalted for almllar
puriH)ma lu tho mibtrcasurles of New
York and Han Frnnclmw, making n to
tal of $013,487,318 of other people'"
money In t'nele Sam'a charge.
Flraiicr Trauafar Vllal Orarana,
A paper "n1 before th American Aa
aoclatlon for th Advancement of Hclence
In Hi Unlveralty of Chicago reveal the
fact that Dr. Blmou Flexntr of New York
City ha ucceedod In tranaplantlng r
terle from one animal to another no
reaafully. The exerlmeiit bava thua
far been confined excluelvely to the lower
animal, but the favorable reault In thla
field are believed to rolnt the way to a
aucceaaful application of th practice to
Hhlp to Ua Ujrroapup,
It I renorted that the Hamburg-Amer
ican line, having bought the Herman
right of the Hchllch gyrocope, Intend
to equip all It North Bea and chamul.
boat with tho apparatu. which It I ex-1
pitted will Veep tho hlp teady In the
rougheat weather. Th g7roacop will be1"
locattd at tb trn of tbt vL '
fora than men, aayi Dr, McComb, ana
ono reaton la tbat thlr nrrroi, ornlif
tlona are mora delicate. True, and Hood'
Haraaparllla li'luit (be nrra-bullder, ap-Iwtlte-clrer,
and blood-purlfler they need.
Indlfiostlon 3 Yonra-"! wa troubtrd
with ttidlieatlon for tbroa jrar. I r4 of
Hood' H.n.p.rllla and triad It AfUr lak
Iriar a numUr of bottUi 1 wa complete);
eurad." Mm. J, II. Ilil.Lir. DefluU), lo.
flervoun, In Piln, No Appetlto
fcl poor lillli fur rear, pain In ihoulder,
bark and lilpi, with ronil.nl iadha, ner
Toumm wd no.pptllln. Took llood'a Har
aparltla. talnrd trtnrth and ean work ban)
all dar, at brartllr and alvap wtIL" Ma. E.
(lirraM, Mooi Lake, Hlnn.
uf D17 ankl, bat IIooil' H.r.p.rlll aoon
vara ma prm.nnt relief. I raeoiamtnO
Hood'a Hariaparllla la aold ererywhrrr
In tte unial liquid, or In tablet form rallrri
arentabe. 100 Doaee One Dollar. I'rr
partdonly byU.1. Hood Coliowell, Mais
II lMrprlt4 llr.
"When my butbind waa In Hpaln
faat year," ald Mr. Bwollman, "be
eueceeded In buying la quit a lot of
the king wine."
"Wall, well," exclaimed Mr. Nu
litcb. "the Idee o' buyln' acond-band
win!" l'hlladelphla Irn.
riltS CURCD IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
rAZOniNTMKNTIt (iiaianuM In mi n
1.1 alltcblna, llllnd. Jlatdlna or I'rotrudlnf
'lit In le uoa;ior laouajr ralaodad. Me.
"Charle. dear," aald young Mr. Tor
kin, "why do you call racing caleula
tloaa 'dopeT I thought tbat w.t a
ttiag name for a drug."
"You're quite rig lit,' wa the aniwer.
"Tb7 call It tbat bcaue all It gen
erally geta you I a plena nt dream and
a rude awakening." Waahlngton Star.
"Wall, what do you want?" lb proof
la b yd tb Intru4r wltb laubt.
"I'm Juit a loafln'," aired Ibe bypbriv
And lb proofreader buttled bin out.
A tired feeling one
Ctn oter lb buay We.
"Two wbto a budding ot
tlbymtd It vtlth vla-a-vl.
American a Judge are keenly dlt
criminating. They roratur everything
by the auccea It attalni, which meth
od, oomldered In the light of the com
mon experience of mankind, I cer
tainly not a bad one. The high atand
ard of Intelligence and dlicerntoent In
thla country, where education la the
rule and not the exception, render It
difficult and urprltlng to find a genera)
national auccewe not baaed on actual
worth. Hence It waa that with th
presentation o( 6t. Jacob Oil they cor
rectly Judged It at onee, and decided
that rare Intrlnilo worth only could be
tlie aourco of it tiuoet. Th declaim
with thm waa equivalent to an adop
tion: and It I a raia thing to find a
family without til. Jeoobt Oil In the
"I auppoee you bava bean pinched
by penury T"
"No, mum; th cop'a nam wa
O'llrleu; be'a Irian."
Litry-Uy La.l Krwwtd
to tmmti ....iiimw .it..,,.
fi.iw. mt M. niM 11. .. 4
PACiric DiiiRinutiNO co. B.
"SEND FOR IT NOW"
Th lll rrult Trra and !lrry riant
CUlot In th. Nerlhwwt
J. J. BUTZER
192 Front St., PortUnd. Oregon
arc In a cl.M br Ihem.
Ihrjr know they
on. Don'l expcrl-
Boot with tlieap
Ir lie. In burins
rarn'a .d annual
loeulA Ul'.K A.tJrwe
(HIED SUITS. SLICKERS
m umr etuift fttftntM
ttrntH Wf w w"n
LIQUOR UNDER BAIT.
In Eighty Oltlea of the United Stater
Prohibition Now Rule.
Under the atrong tldo of prohibition,
which hua ao linprimnlroly demonatrat
ed It power In Southern Htntx-, the
"dry" area In America ha been dou
bled In tho lat twelve montha. Eighty
cltle lu aoi'enteen Htotca are now en
forcing prohibition law on their 2,
200,000 Inhabitants, and of theee eighty
munlclpalltle, thirty-three "went dry"
In 1047. Borne come under general pro
hibition atatutca, aa the Georgia cltle,
but many of them have voted dry un
der tho provllona of a local option
Addition, to the Hat of dry cltlek
during 1007 Include: Alabama Annl
ton, lllrmlngham, lluntavllle, Mobile,
Montgomery and flolma. California
Ilerklcy. (Jeirgla Allien. Atlantn,
Auguatn, HrtiiMwIck, Columbia, Macon
and Bnvaiinah. Illluolt Champaign,
Jackaouvllle, Urhana. Indian Territory
Durant, Muakoit.ee, TuIo, Wagoner,
MaxachuacttaHavcrhlll, Lynn, Wor
ceater. North Carolina Aahevllle,
Ilatelgh. Ohio Kat Uiitv. Okla
hoina Outhrle, Oklnhomn City, Bhaw.
nee, Enid. TcMieanen Clarkavllle,
Jackaon, Knoxvllle. Vermont Hurling
ton. I'artlcular watch he been kept on
Atlanta to dlaeover Juat how the much
dlacuMied Oeorgla law operate there
This watch wai kept by the Atlanta
Comtltutlun, which did not favor pro
hibition, and that paper' testimony I
believed to 1m? unblaned.
In a epeclal atory thn Contlttitlon
admit that the elimination of whUky
baa "worked a revolution In the city4
worat quarter, and a 1 olmoat Invari
ably the ce, the lwllce record nhow
that the public la actually aavlng mon
ey by the operation of tho "dry" stat
ute. In Atlanta, on January 4, 1007
when the high llcenen law waa In ef
fect, there were alxty-thrce jollce cate.
thirty-two of which were connected
wltb drunkenneoa. On Janitnry 4, 100H,
Juat eight day after the dry law went
Into effect, there were Jut seventeen
police caeca In Atlanta, not one being
Thcau facta will I used In argu
menta being brugbt to bear on Con
grcM for legldatlon to make the Dis
trict of Columbia dry and to forbid
such Interstate commerce which will
dump "original packago" liquor Inte
Harlan l'rophclr H.m War.
Tbat there will eventually be a conflict
between the yellow and the whit race
tbat will ahak tbe earth la the opinion of
Juttlc Harlan of tbe United Btati-a Bu
prerae Court, a expretatd In an addreaa
before tbe Navy Lgu at Waahlngton.
II aald: "If I bad the opportunity I
would vote for an appropriation of $50,-
000,000 a year for a period of ten year
for a larger navy. There la no auch thing
a friendship between nation aa between
men. Nation make no aacrlflce to pre-
eerv frlendahlpa, and do not forbear to
do certain things becaua they do not
meet with tb approval of other nation.
We refer to tbe people of Ait a the yel
low race. There are 400,000.000 Chinese
a atronj mentally and phyalcally aa we
are. We bar no hostility toward them,
but there will be a conflict between the
yellow race and the whit race tbat will
ihake th earth. When It come I want
to ee thla country with a navy on both
K-eana that will be atrong enough!"
In the agricultural dlatrlct of Italy
wagp are only 30 cent a day for a man.
and lea for womfcn and boya.
Tbe threatened atrtke of marine engl
neera at Honolulu baa been averted by the
.acceptance of a proposlthn to arbitrate
Tho International llrolhi-rhood ot
Steam Shovel and Dredgeiurn haa In
structed a reprreentatlve to vlalt the lath
imia In the lutereat of the organltatlou,
111 Callfurula State labor convention
bo passed rceolutloua atrongly condemn
ing I'rvaldent Iloonevelt and Secretary of
Commerce and tabor Metcalf for their
attitude In relation to Japnueae.
At th Scottish miners' conference ai
Olasgaw It waa atated that want's had In
creased by la Od a day, In bo mo Instances
by 2. The average wage now Is 37 M
a week, and It was determined that that
bould be the minimum,
Arthur W. Clark ot Itoxbury, Mass.,
former president and organlter of the
grocery and provision clerks, ha been
named a the New Kngtand orjanlrer of
the Amalgamated Meat Cutter and
llutcher Workmen's Union.
Ou Jan. 1, 1007, there were 23,714 ct
operative societies In existence In Ger
many, with a totnl membership of 8.S00,
143, the corresponding totals for a year
being 24,032 and 0,U3S,o37. The large
majority ot these were credit associations,
with an aggregate membership of over
On of the first fruits of the ralluaj
aettlement In Hngland Is the action of
tho Midland Ttnllway Company's order
relating to Sunday duty. In a certain
limited ente a tlx-day week Is estab
lished t the grade required to work evei
day a wek or to receive extra pay for
THE SOURCE OFJUUU DISEASE
Every part of the body la dependent ofl tho Wood for nourishment nnd
ettcngth. When thla life etrcam Is flowing through the system Jn n etate ol
purity nnd richness wo are assured of nerfect and uninterrupted health;
because pure blood Is nature's safe-guaru against disease. When, however,
the body is fed on weak, impure or polluted blood, the system is deprived of
its strength, disease germs collect, and the trouble is manifested in various
ways. I'ustular eruptions, pimples, rashes nnd the different skin affections
show that the blood is in a feverish nnd diseased condition as a result of too
much acid or the presence of some irritating humor. Sores nnd Ulcers are
the result of morbid, unhealthy matter in the blood, nnd Kheumatism, Ca
tarrh, Scrofula, Contagious Blood I'olsou, etc, are nil deep-seated blood
disorders that will continue to grow worse aa lonjj; as the poison remains.
These impurities and poisons find their way into the blood in various ways.
Often a sluggish, inactive cdndition 6! the system, and torpid state of theJ
avenues of bodily waste, leaves the refuse and waste matters to sour and
form uric and other acids, which nre taken up by the blood and distributed
throughout the circulation. Coming in contact with contagious diseases is
another cause for the poisoning of the blood ; we also breathe the germs and
microbes of Malaria into our lungs, nnd when these get Into the blood in
sufficient quantity it becomes a carrier of disease instead of health. Soma
arc so unfortunate as to inherit bad blood, perhaps tho dregs of some old
constitutional disease of ancestors is handed down to them and they are
constantly annoyed and troubled with it. Had blood is the source of oil dis
ease, and until this vital fluid is cleansed and purified the body is sore to
suffer in some way. For blood troubles of any character S. S. 8. is the best
remedy ever discovered. It goes down into the circulation and removes any
and all poisons, supplies the healthful properties it needs, and completely
PURELY VEGETABLE JffflftK
slightest trace of the trouble for future outbreaks. The whole volume of
blood is renewed and cleansed after a course of S. S. S. It is also nature's
greatest tonic, made entirely of roots, herbs and barks, and is absolutely'
harmless to any part of the system. S. S. 8. is for sale at nil first class
kug stores. Book on the blood and any medical advice free to all who writv
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GAm
"Thla government la becoming more
and more centralized every year," ld
tbe student of politic.
"Tes," answered Colonel Stltlwell of
Kentucky, "It's getting so tbat tbe
Btatea doa't do much more than fur
nteh title for battle (hips and popu
lar songs." Washington Star.
A Wajr Oat.
It was at a theater In Manchester,
rbo king, aged and Infirm, waa blessed
with two eona. He was pacing up and
down tbe stage wltb a wearied, trou
bled look, exclaiming aloud:
"On wblcb of these, ay sons, (ball I
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. IAM or aaae mtntfaoivrf In thm mm .
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"rieaae, sir, will you glva a penny to
a poor orphan?"
"Certnluly. my boy J Ha your fath
er been dead long?"
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money's for him."
WHAT CAUStS IttADACIK
From October to War, roll, at 0 mot f roirwtt
nu. of hdh. LAXAT1VK BKOUO QUI.
NWgreKnmam. E. W. Cror on box. tU.
Inquisitive Passenger How are thee
Shivering Taawnger By sorrrstlsa, I
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